1971 Super Bee Dodge Charger

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   Jeff Butterfield - GB7 Dark Blue Metallic, 383, 4-Spd

By Jeff Butterfield

I found my Bee back in 1999. it was sitting on a flatbed trailer in a nieghborhood where I used to practice in a Heavy Metal band (that I am still with). at the time, I was searching desperately for a 2nd gen. Charger. as a couple of years rolled by, I watched the car evolve from a fairly decent bodied Charger, to it's current state. I really grew to love the sweet lines/style of this particular 3rd gen. I purchased it from the previous owner when he bacame discouraged with the front end and put it up for sale.

I paid $8,500 for it in 2001 with fresh paint, new decals, a '72 hide-away grille, and a custom interior (I am going to put it back to original ASAP). it has the numbers matching engine, 4 spd. trans, and sure grip rear end. all which have been rebuilt. it also came from the factory with the bucket seats and power disc brakes.

I replaced most of the front end as it was in dire need of service. new parts include:
ball joints
upper/lower control arm bushings
power steering box
inner/outer tie rod ends
idler arm
heavy duty torsions
sway bar bushings
wheel bearings

I have also added a new correct front end light harness as well as a new engine harness. I installed a correct '71 go wing and hood pins as well. I absolutely LOVE this car and it gets driven frequently during the nice summer hours.


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